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Here's the second exercise!

Here's the second exercise!

A.

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B.

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Here's the second exercise!

Here's the second exercise!

A.

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B.

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Long-Jump Swing

Long-Jump Swing

A.

Stand with feet hip-width apart, holding one weight at end in right hand, arms by sides. Squat, drawing weight behind you.

B.

Immediately jump as far forward as you can, swinging weight forward and up to shoulder height to pass weight to left hand, then land in a deep squat, swinging weight down and back to left side of body. Continue, quickly alternating sides for 30 seconds.

Speed-Skater Pendulum

Speed-Skater Pendulum

A.

Stand with feet hip-width apart, holding one weight in right hand with arms by sides. Jump right foot to right, bending left leg and crossing it behind right to land in a deep lunge with right knee bent 90 degrees and on ball of left foot, weight outside right leg to start.

B.

Immediately jump left foot to left as you draw weight across body in an arc, passing it to left hand at the midpoint.

C.

Bend right leg and cross it behind left to land in a deep lunge with left leg bent and on ball of right foot, weight outside left leg. Switch sides; repeat. Continue, quickly alternating sides for 30 seconds.

Low Lateral Chop

Low Lateral Chop

A.

Stand with feet wider than hip-width, holding a single dumbbell with both hands at one end at chest height, elbows bent, to start. Squat, pivot on right foot to rotate left and extend arms out to left at shoulder height. Remaining low throughout, pivot on left foot as you rotate toward right, powerfully drawing weight across body and out to right. Continue, quickly alternating sides, for 30 seconds.

Halo Slash

Halo Slash

A.

Stand with feet hip-width apart, holding a single dumbbell with both hands at one end at chest height, elbows bent, to start. Rotate weight toward left and around back of head.

B.

When weight is directly beside right ear, squat, forcefully drawing weight down your midline toward floor. Return to start. Switch sides; repeat. Continue, quickly alternating sides, for 30 seconds.

Ape Snatch

Ape Snatch

A.

Stand with feet hip-width apart, holding a weight in each hand with palms facing thighs to start. Keeping chest lifted, squat until weights hover just above floor.

B.

Powerfully come to standing, rising onto balls of feet as you pull weights to chest height, bending elbows out to sides.

C.

Without pausing, rotate forearms upward as you drop back into the deep squat, then stand to press weights overhead, slightly wider than shoulder-width apart and with palms facing forward. Pause, then return to start. Repeat quickly for 30 seconds.

Split-Lunge Jerk

Split-Lunge Jerk

A.

Stand with feet hip-width apart, holding a weight in each hand with hands by shoulders, palms facing each other and elbows bent down to start. Bend knees slightly, shifting hips back.

B.

Then powerfully jump left leg forward and right leg back into a lunge with both legs bent 90 degrees as you push weights straight overhead (biceps should be in line with ears). Step right foot forward, then left foot back, and lower weights to return to start. Repeat quickly for 30 seconds.

Reverse Lunge + Shoulder Press

Reverse Lunge + Shoulder Press

A.

Begin holding two dumbbells up by your shoulders, elbows tucked to your side and feet together.

B.

Step back with your right leg into a reverse lunge as you raise your arms straight above your head. Make sure your knee doesn't go past your toe while in lunge position.

C.

Return to start. Alternate legs with each rep.

Reverse Lunge-Twist

Reverse Lunge-Twist

A.

Stand with feet hip-width apart, holding a weight in each hand with arms by sides to start. Step right leg back, bending both legs 90 degrees. Raise straight arms out to sides at shoulder height with palms facing down as you rotate torso over left thigh. Return to start. Switch sides; repeat.

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